Isambard Kingdom Brunel is possibly the most famous name in British engineering. Along with his innovations in construction and design, he also set new standards in branding. With his trademark stovepipe hat and cigar, Brunel knew the value of his image as an unspoken promise of expertise and uncompromising quality. In the modern-day engineering sector, with multiple communication channels, marketing is more complex, but the role of branding remains the same – your brand is your reputation, your promise.
Exhibition season is upon us and this year Oyster Studios is supporting clients at a variety of international trade shows.
Here’s a picture of Monday’s final preparations on the stand we designed and built for the CC-Link Partner Association at SPS IPC Drives 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany – Europe’s leading show for smart and digital automation.
If you’re planning to exhibit at a trade show in the coming year and want to get noticed, talk to us today on 01582 761212 or visit https://www.oysterstudios.com/work/.
We are delighted to welcome our new Marketing and Account Executive, Leanne Higgins, to the Oyster team!
Leanne is a recent graduate from Newcastle University where she studied Marketing and Management. She has previous experience in the property sector and has managed numerous digital marketing channels for local businesses. We look forward to helping her career progress here at Oyster.
Enquiries double after Oyster Studios launches new website for BBI Detection
BBI Detection, a client that specialises in developing technologies to identify biological threats, explosives and narcotics, recently approached us to help improve their presence online via website design and search engine optimisation (SEO).
We responded to the brief by creating an eye-catching new website for them (www.bbidetection.com), adopting a clean uncluttered style, striking imagery and user-friendly navigation, and then carried out a full SEO exercise to ensure the site featured prominently in online search results.
Oyster Studios – argues that manufacturing and engineering firms are lagging behind in embracing the benefits of marketing and design.
Although you might not naturally think of Twitter as a platform for providing customer service it is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for customers to direct their complaints for a quick response and to give praise when they have had a good experience. According to Social Bakers, more than 80% of customer service requests on social media are happening on Twitter.